vasa sunt, says Augustine of human troublers, alius utitur; organa sunt, alius tangit.
Only vasa knew of their existence outside myself and my dead father.
vasa there,' pointing to a huge Danish hound, 'will find me for you, if need be.'
C, Reduction of vasa efferentia to a single one posteriorly (Protopterus).
Now he takes no more notice of the deaf and dumb, which proves how fatal the order of vasa may be under certain circumstances.
He was much loved by the Samoans, and was by them buried on the top of vasa Mountain, 1,300 feet above the sea.
B, vasa efferentia reduced to a few at the hind end (Lepidosiren).
Indeed, he is said to have been one of the most zealous friends and protectors of the young vasa.
The figure is intended to illustrate the arrangement of the vasa efferentia.
A few weeks ago I made a short visit to vasa, our first home in Minnesota.
plural vasa, Latin, literally "vessel." Vas deferens (plural vasa defferentia) is from 1570s.
n. pl va·sa (vā'zə)
An anatomical duct or canal conveying any liquid, such as blood, lymph, chyle, or semen.